How to Avoid a Citation Headache

One of the most useful tools for academic research and writing papers is a reference manager. As a disclaimer, if you have not manually generated a bibliography, learn the fundamental principles of references before using an assistant tool. This concept is similar to how students should learn arithmetic before using a calculator. What is a

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How to Conduct a Literature Search

As a third year undergraduate student, I can vouch that each of you have been or will be assigned at least one group or individual assignment that needs intensive research. You will need to gather information, select the most relevant data and finally cite your sources. So, how do you begin this literature search? The Internet

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How to Succeed in Your Arts Degree

Congratulations on starting your arts degree! With that said, your next few years will involve a ton of writing, stress, and critical analysis. To help with the transition, our 2 National Young Leaders, Ava Cramp, and Jason Liu provide tips on how to succeed in your arts degree. On writing papers: When I entered university,

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10 Things Communications Majors Should Know

Welcome to the world of communications; a fast growing industry that’s fast paced and ever-changing. In communications, there are heaps of areas to explore and tons of opportunities for you to discover. Now that you’ve entered the realm, here are ten things communications majors should know that will help you through your program: 1. Don’t

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